The Use of Marihuana in the Treatment of Alcoholism
The past decade has seen an increasing awareness of the impact on man of alcohol abuse. The skid-row stereotype of alcoholism has slowly given way to the realization that this illness ranges from mild and reversible to severe and chronic and that all strata of the population are affected. Not only does alcoholism impair the physical and mental health of the individual but it also diminishes his social and economic well-being and that of his family.
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